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Examples of "bratz"
The original line of dolls has generated a number of spin-offs such as Lil' Bratz, Bratz Boyz, Bratz Kidz, Bratz Babyz, Itsy Bitsy Bratz, Bratz Lil' Angelz, Be-Bratz, and Bratz Petz as well as films, music albums, video games, and interactive DVDs.
Introduced in 2001, Bratz is MGA's most successful product line, with various spin-offs from the original teenage dolls, including miniature versions (Lil' Bratz), kid versions (Bratz Kidz) baby dolls (Bratz Babyz), pets (Bratz Petz), tiny baby dolls with pets (Lil Angelz), two feature films ("" and "Bratz Girlz Really Rock") and numerous DVDs and soundtracks. Because of the lawsuit brought by Mattel against MGA in 2008, the Bratz Kidz and Bratz Lil Angelz were renamed "4*Ever Kidz" before their eventual discontinuation.
Itsy Bitsy Bratz are the smallest version of Bratz Babyz.
Bratz Kidz, the "kid" equivalent of the teenaged Bratz dolls, were introduced in 2006. The dolls were 6" tall and thus, shorter than the regular Bratz. Bratz Boyz Kidz were introduced in 2007 starring four of the Bratz Boyz. Soon after the release of the Bratz Boyz Kidz, the clothing was changed from fabric to plastic snap-ons.
Lil' Bratz (2002) are miniature versions of the original five Bratz and eventually included Lil' Boyz based on the Bratz Boyz. In 2007, a clothing line was released called Lil' Bratz Couture.
Bratz: Rock Angelz Soundtrack is the first album released from the Bratz doll franchise. It features songs from the film and video game "Bratz: Rock Angelz" and the Bratz TV series.
Bratz Kidz are the child equivalent to the popular Bratz doll line. The dolls are 6 inches tall and are proportioned to be shorter than the normal Bratz.
Four Bratz Boyz were released in 2002 with others debuting in 2003, 2007, and 2008. Bratz also includes Bratz Boyz & Twiinz.
Bratz Babyz debuted in 2004 with infant accessories such as bottles and blankets. Characters from the regular Bratz line have been released as Babyz. Bratz Lil' Angelz (2007) are the newborn, collectible version of Bratz Babyz. Smaller than regular Bratz Babyz, they include their own newborn pets.
Bratz is a video game based on the Bratz doll line.
There have been a number of animated Bratz direct-to-video movies. "Bratz Go to Paris: The Movie" is a re-release of the three "Bratz" episodes where the Bratz go to Paris. "Bratz Babyz Save Christmas", originally released in 2008, was re-released in 2013 as "Bratz Babyz Save Christmas: The Movie". "Bratz: The Movie" from 2007 is the only live-action Bratz feature film. It was co-produced by MGA Entertainment. The plot involves the four Bratz girls starting high school. It received overwhelmingly negative reviews from fans and critics alike; the Rotten Tomatoes consensus reads: "Full of mixed messages and dubious role-models, "Bratz" is too shallow even for its intended audience."
The Bratz Kidz are marketed to represent the innocence of children that normal Bratz and Babyz do not have and are modeled after their main fanbase, eight- to twelve-year-old girls. With long skirts and printed T-shirts, the kidz have separated themselves from the Bratz and Bratz Babyz lines with an air of innocence.
Bratz: Forever Diamondz Soundtrack is the third album released from the Bratz doll franchise. It features songs from the film "Bratz: Passion 4 Fashion Diamondz" and the Bratz TV series. The album was released in stores on September 19, 2006, a week before the direct-to-DVD movie.
Soon after, they made Bratz Big Babyz; dolls approximately five times the size of regular Babyz dolls. In 2006, the Bratz Big Babyz Bubble Trouble Dolls appeared. These dolls laughed, burped, and blew bubbles when you fed them soda. Six months after the Bratz Babyz Hair Flair, the Big Babyz had their own realistic hair version released; the "Bratz Big Babyz Hair Flair".
When Bratz was originally released in 2001, there were only 4 characters: Yasmin, Cloe, Sasha, and Jade. These four have been produced in the majority of Bratz lines and are the main characters of the Bratz. In 2015, a new character, Raya, was introduced as the fifth main character. Over 15 years after the debut of the Bratz, over 100 characters were added to the Bratz world.
Bratz (also known as Bratz: C.I.Y. Shoppe Webseries) is a stop-motion web series, based on a line of toy dolls of the same name. It is produced by MGA Entertainment, and premiered on the Bratz YouTube channel.
Bratz reached great success and the original line of dolls was expanded with a number of spin-offs like Bratz Kidz and Bratz Babyz, as well as media featuring the Bratz characters, including a web series, movie, TV series, music albums, and video games. In 2005, global sales were two billion dollars, and by 2006, Bratz had about forty percent of the fashion-doll market.
Be-Bratz dolls (2007) were designed for owner customization. With a Be-Bratz USB Key, the doll owner can take a Be-Bratz doll online, name it, and create an online social homepage. Games can be played with the Be-Bratz account to acquire accessories for the doll.
In August 2010, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the franchise, MGA released their first Bratz dolls in what was then, one year. In addition to two "comeback" collections, MGA also released 10 new female Bratz characters on 10 October 2010. Bratz Party and Talking Bratz were in Target, Toys "R" Us, and Walmart stores.
Bratz: Girlz Really Rock Soundtrack is the fifth and final album released from the Bratz doll franchise. It features songs from the film "Bratz: Girlz Really Rock" and the "Bratz" TV series. The album was released in stores on September 15, 2008, a week before the direct-to-DVD movie.